The new DBR series makes the technology from Yamaha’s established DXR speakers available at an even more wallet–friendly price.
Could this crafty three-in-one PA and lighting system save you both time and money?
We put this compact new system from HK to the test at a festival stage in Malvern.
PA veterans Cerwin-Vega expand their popular P-series with the launch of this compact yet powerful active speaker.
This compact monitor combines Tannoy speaker technology with TC Helicon's renowned reverb and vocal processing.
This miniature PA from pickup specialists Schertler offers a striking combination of quality, portability and affordability.
The original DriveRack PA was already a cost‑effective processor, and now Dbx have upgraded it, with more features and wireless iOS control.
Turbosound have upgraded their established Milan range, with the help of some technology borrowed from sister company Klark Teknik.
Mackie's DLM range of compact PA speakers has gained a subwoofer. We see how it fares as part of a full-range system.
These affordable speakers perform admirably for their price, and also offer Bluetooth remote control via a free iOS app.
Designed for musicians on the move, this portable PA offers a wide range of uses for almost any gigging scenario.
The latest additions to Mackie's established SRM range offer the same level of flexibility, but in traditional wooden‑box enclosures.
Wooden PA speakers usually sound better than their plastic equivalents, but they've also been more expensive — until now.
To really put this system through its paces, we set it up as the main system at an outdoor festival playing to thousands of people.
HK have turbo-charged their compact line-array system with new dual-driver subs and double-height tops. Have the improvements been worthwhile?
There's more to these speakers than meets the eye, thanks to some cunning DSP and unique networking capability.
Yamaha’s Stagepas is about as portable as a PA system can get — but how does it sound?
Do these DSP-equipped speakers from Dynacord’s new A-Line series sound as classy as they look?
Offering built-in mixing facilities and DSP functionality, there’s more to these self-powered speakers than meets the eye.
Three-way monitors have traditionally lived at the top end of the market, but there’s now a good choice of models on offer in the sub-£2000 $3000 category. Here’s a selection of recent options, with links to the SOS reviews where available.
Despite their small size, these dinky speakers each pack a mighty 2kW of power — as well as a useful array of DSP features...
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